Leah Darrow Event
October 26 & 27
Leah Darrow is a speaker that challenges her international audiences to live their lives in accordance with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. She speaks on topics which include modesty, chastity, mercy, conversion, and human dignity.
We are offering 3 different speaking opportunities.
High School Youth Event - Saturday, October 26
2:00pm - 5:00pm
$10 per person
Come enjoy fellowship with other Catholic teens before Leah speaks.
Talk Topic: From Top Model to Role Model
Fame, beauty, and money can never deeply satisfy. This is the story of an unsuspecting girl who meets Jesus in the most unlikely of places. Leah challenges her audience to have courage to embrace real love (chastity) and conversion.
Young Adult Event (Ages 18-39) - October 26
6:00pm - 9:00pm
$10 per person
We will be hosting a Young Adult Mixer with light dinner served, before Leah presents.
Childcare will be provided A suggested donation to cover childcare costs is $5-$10 per family.
Talk Topic: Prodigal Daughter: How a Dad got his little girl back
Have you ever heard the parable of the Prodigal Son? Leah shares her story of being a "prodigal daughter" as a reality TV contestant on America's Next Top Model and a professional model in New York City who thought she had it all. She tells how her father came for her when she least expected. Leah gives four inspirational lessons to help parents keep and bring their families together. Never give up on your prodigal child-he or she is counting on you.
Mother/Daughter Tea & Talk Event - October 27
12:00pm - 3:00pm
$25 per couple ($5 for additional ticket)
All women are invited. Invite aunts, friends, sponsors, godmothers, grandmothers. Talk is recommended for 14 years and up. Light lunch and drinks will be served.
Talk Topic: Decent Exposure: Why Women must Reclaim Beauty for Females
As a former professional model, Leah draws from her experiences in the beauty industry to reveal the dangers of the world's misconception of beauty. This presentation breaks down the pop culture's idea of beauty and reveals that it ultimately exploits women as objects for mere use. In contrast to this empty idea of beauty, Leah explores God's design for beauty by reflecting on the virtue of modesty with inspiration from Sacred Scripture, Theology of the Body, and Mother Teresa.